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Manievich Abraham Anshelovich
Painter, graphic artist Born and raised in a patriarchal Jewish family. Early in the proven ability to draw and was given to parents on education to malaria. In 1903 entered the Kiev Art School, he studied with NI Murashko. In 1904 took part in the exhibition of the Moscow Society of Lovers of Fine Arts in Kiev and Moscow. A year later he graduated from college, got a scholarship to improve his skills in Europe. In 1905 he left for Munich, continued his education at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and School Aschbe. in 1907 hosted the first solo exhibition in the gallery Manevich Kunst-Verein in Munich. In the same year he returned to Kiev. In 1909 the Kiev Museum of Art was a big personal exhibition, which was later shown in the Odessa and Kharkiv. In early 1910-s traveled to Switzerland, Britain, Italy, visited by Maxim Gorky on the island of Capri. In 1912-1915 he lived in Paris. Exhibited at the Paris Salon. In 1913, organized a solo exhibition in the gallery Durand-Ruel. After returning from Paris, lived in Kiev, made short trips to Moscow and Petrograd, where in 1916 in the Art Bureau EN Dobychina passed his next solo exhibition. In 1915 he joined the Jewish Society for the Encouragement of Arts in Petrograd. After the revolution of 1917 became a professor at the Ukrainian Academy of Arts, where he taught until 1921. In 1919-1920 was in the art section and participated in the creation of the Museum of Plastic Art Culture League. In 1921 he emigrated, for a short time he lived in Warsaw, which gave her a solo exhibition. In 1922 he moved to the United States. In mid-1920 gained recognition in the New World, Manevich solo exhibitions were successfully held in Philadelphia (1923), New York (1924, 1925, 1927, 1932), Chicago (1926), Montreal (1930), Boston (1934) , Toronto (1938). In 1925 exhibited his works at the International Exhibition of Painting in Pittsburgh. in 2001 in Kiev held a retrospective exhibition of works by Manevich, timed to 120 anniversary of the artist's birth. Manevich little known in Russia, however, is one of the most interesting and significant artists of the first third of the twentieth century, has its own recognizable style. In the early works was an adherent of intimate lyrical landscape, becoming the successor of the traditions I. Levitan. The main theme of his paintings was the life of Jewish towns in Russia. In 1910's, after a stay abroad, the way the artist has changed. Soft, intimate nature of the landscape gave way to a bright palette of rich, broad smear-free. After emigration from the mid 1920's, wrote in the main types of the old American West, often one-horse, running the streets, backyards with decaying facades of shops and houses. He has also worked as a portraitist and genre painter. Creativity Manevich represented in many private and museum collections worldwide, including the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, State Russian Museum, State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Kiev museum of Russian art, the Luxembourg Museum in Paris, Lyon Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum in New York and elsewhere.
Landscape with houses.
Year: 1930-е
Genre: Painting
Technique: масло, Холст
Size: 94х101.6
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